Describing a DMT trip through art

Discussion in 'DMT and Ayahuasca' started by raven3davis, May 31, 2005.

  1. raven3davis

    raven3davis R.I.P. Palladium Member R.I.P.

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    I have never been able to adequately describe a DMT trip by words, but I just figured out how to explain how I felt through art. Check out funkamelons logo, or this pic http://cosm.org/stamp/omega05.jpg


    That is exactly how DMT made me feel, and I saw the same shit. I just thought I would share this with everyone. Anyone else have a piece of art that describes their DMT trip?
     
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    PenguinPhreak Newbie

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    Just in case anyone wants to know, the picture is a painting by Alex
    Grey called Oversoul. Alex Grey has done a lot of other amazing
    psychedelic artwork as well, if you like that painting you should check
    out the rest of his stuff.
     
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    raven3davis R.I.P. Palladium Member R.I.P.

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    Ohh, I have checked out all his shit. I love his site. His pictures explain everything.
     
  4. lilsteve

    lilsteve Newbie

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    i agree with raven, the fractalized visuals swim described to me
    approached infinity, similarly to Grey's work. similarly, the evolution
    of thoughts from one to another were incredibly elaborate, like the
    blocks at the top of that picture. grey is awesome. .
     
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    genaro Iridium Member

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    search for Pablo Amaringo paintings: he's an ayahuasca "shaman" who make paintings of his voyages into the spirit world. Very nice paintings, very psychedelic.
     
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    Eirias Gold Member

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    Just spoke with Alex Grey last week-- he has some new pieces
    that are equally fantastic portraying an ayahuasca healing experience,
    among other things. Amaringo's work is amazing too, and he is
    very successful IMO in describing the subtleties or the Yage
    experience. Also, Luke Brown is a fantastic visionary artist,
    perhaps one of the best. Check out his "Baphomet" piece, among
    others..
     
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